"The original manuscript upon which the present monograph is based was accepted as a doctoral dissertation by Vanderbilt University in December 1955 [under title: An analysis of Southern economic development with particular reference to agriculture]."
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byHoward, Clive; Whitley, Joe, joint author; United States. Army Air Forces. Personnel Narratives Division
Contents I A Quiet Sunday Morning 3 II Red Suns on Their Wings 10 III "I Never Was So Scared" 17 IV Monday in Paradise V Defend! Defend! 42 VI A Mission for Morale 49 VII The Atoll Circuit 58 VIII The Battle of Midway 70 IX The Lodestar 91 X "You Never Had It So Good" 99 XI "They Threw the Book at Us" 107 XII "He Who Fights and Runs Away" 131 XIII Operation GALVANIC 145 XIV "Spits of Sand in the Sun" 153 XV The Marshalls Are Ours 100 XVI I'll... Topics: WWI, World War, 1939-1945, United States. Army Air Forces, World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial...
"Of the eight American Nobel Prize winners in literature, three--Sinclair Lewis, Eugene O'Neill and William Faulkner--were alcoholic drinkers, and two--Ernest Hemingway and John Steinbeck--were hard drinkers. Almost all critical comment about these writers has treated their drinking habits a somehow separate from their work. Thomas Gilmore argues that the result is neither good biography nor good literary criticism. He shows how the drinking and the work can each shed light on the other.... Topics: Amis, Kingsley, Bellow, Saul, Berryman, John, 1914-1972, Cheever, John, Fitzgerald, F. Scott...